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Crunchy gears my gears have started to be really crunchy when changing. its on all gears, when changing in and out of them, seems to get a bit better when have been travelling for a bit. do i need new clutch? or would it be something to do with the gearbox?Its for a Toyota Hiace Van 2.4 ZL series, petrol. but you dont have that model listed.

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  • rosyharray Jul 16, 2009

    ive had a look under the passenger seats at the engine etc, where do i find the gear/transmission fluid?

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Try changing the gear / transmission fluid first, this may ease up the gearing. but if it still there then you might have a problem with the clutch lining. have a mechanic to replace it.

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